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Any development investment is a huge risk. What punts has Screen Australia taken this time? And why should you feel inspired?
Paul Fletcher, the Liberal Member for Bradfield, has replaced Victorian Senator Mitch Fifield as Federal Minister for Communications and the Arts.
Besides the big mess of unformed media policy which the Morrison government will have to face, it will do battle with an ABC which claims a unique halo of public trust.
Not just one year -the Libs are promising that Auntie's evolution will be dominated by expanding cuts for the next three years.
This weekend hopes were dashed and the public drama of politics became strange and unpredictable. Here is David Tiley's early take on how it will impact the screen sector.
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The screen sector made one last attempt to get certainty from the parties. The results are clear, sad, inspiring and foggy, sometimes at the same time.
The Sydney Film Festival will flourish because of its value amongst the behemoths, say Peter and Sharon Ivany who are major donors.
Michelle Rowland, shadow minister for communications, has a plan to blow up the logjam of media and funding policy which has driven the sector spare for the last six years.
With the launch of the ALP arts policy, we now know the party's approach to the screen sector. Actual money and a real enquiry.
At MIPTV, quality matters, attendance down, changes coming, observes ACTF International Sales Manager, Roberta Di Vito.
The battle for government support is around financial analysis. Here's a report which shows how that is honestly done. As opposed to fudging the numbers.
It was a week of art prize frenzy, building election madness, and strategic planning for the Australia Council we round up this week's arts news.
Scott Seddon, President of Independent Cinemas Australia puts the boot into some boogie men. Cinema is growing. Streaming is not killing it. Skillful exhibitors are prospering - if they are versatile.
We have until 10 May to say what’s needed in the Australia Council's next Strategic Plan so let's embolden them.
Michele Rowland, the Shadow Minister for Communications will speak at a SPA event at Fox Studios on Wed 1 May.
Netflix gets tax breaks? Industry furious but the change is useless and the real rage is about total government inertia.
Australian artist becomes Sundance Institute trustee; new Artistic Director for Canberra Writers Festival, and new Chair for Monkey Baa Theatre Company.
Film Victoria's annual awards night honours four creators of national - and international - importance.
Victoria is building a new Creative Industries Advisory Group, and wants people working in all creative sectors to put themselves forward.
The ABC and SBS stay stuck; the NFSA cops a loss; ACMA gains; Austrade could work better for the sector. But the announcements are basically deceptive.
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